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Logic, Cognition and Argumentation

Mariusz Urbański, Michiel van Lambalgen, and Marcin Koszowy (Eds.)

Special Issue of the Logic and Logical Philosophy


The special issue of the Logic and Logical Philosophy journal devoted to the Logic, Cognition and Argumentation (Open Access) presents an international discussion on the current state of the art in the research on logic and argumentation. In recent years we are witnessing a cognitive turn in logic and argumentation. The special issue resulted from the scientific meeting, Poznan Reasoning Week (PRW 2016), organized in Poznan in 2016. PRW consisted of three conferences, aimed at bringing together experts from various fields, whose research focus on reasoning processes and their modelling from three perspectives:


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Description

In recent years we are witnessing a cognitive turn in logic and argumentation. It results in inclusion of some areas of cognitive science, psychology and computer science into their hard core. Consequently, logic and argumentation become capable of modelling actual cognitive activity of real life agents. This turn does not create a rival for the mathematical logic: it forms a next step in the development of logic and argumentation. It also reminds us that for many centuries logic and argumentation stood in a close and natural relationship to the science of actual reasoning processes.